AMD has previously announced that there will be major events on June 8. Judging from the current news, AMD is planning to release a new generation of Radeon Pro graphics cards that day, and these new professional cards will be based on Navi 21.
Now AMD Radeon Pro W6800 has appeared in the Geekbench database, and the OpenCL benchmark test has been conducted.
The software recognizes that this graphics card has 30 sets of CUs, but this is obviously a recognition error. The GPU it uses is GFX1030, which is AMD’s Navi 21, and uses RDNA2 architecture. In fact, it should have 3840 stream processors in 60 groups of CUs. It is equivalent to the Radeon RX 6800 graphics card. Of course, as a professional card, its video memory capacity has naturally doubled. It is equipped with 32GB GDDR6 video memory. The video memory bit size is still 256bit. It is estimated that the video memory frequency is still 16Gbps and the video memory bandwidth is 512GB/s. The infinite buffer capacity is estimated to be 128MB like the RX 6800.
The Radeon Pro W6800 GPU has a maximum frequency of 2554MHz, and the Geekbench OpenCL benchmark score is 137230. This score is higher than RX 6800 but lower than RX 6800XT. AMD
is expected to have Radeon Pro W6600 in addition to the Radeon Pro W6800 on June 8.